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Joint Committee on Tactical Shelters 


Bi-Annual Meeting with Industry & 

Exhibition 


November 3, 2009 


Darell Jones 
Team Leader 

Shelters and Collective Protection Team 
PM Combat Support Equipment 


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Joint Committee on Tactical Shelters Bi-Annual Meeting with Industry & 
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Marine Corps Systems Command ,Shelters and Collective Protection 
Team,PM Combat Support Equipment,Quantico,VA,22134-6050 

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6th Bi-Annual DOD JOCOTAS Meeting with Rigid & Soft Wall Shelter Industry & Indoor & Outdoor 
Exhibition, 2-4 Nov 2009, Panama City Beach, FL 


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Standard Form 298 (Rev. 8-98) 

Prescribed by ANSI Std Z39-18 






Purpose 



• Provide an information brief of current and 
future shelter initiatives focused at the tactical 
and expeditionary level within the Marine 
Corps 

• Issues not being addressed: 

- In-depth details about each new initiative 


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To serve as the Commandant's principal agent 
for acquisition and sustainment of systems and 
equipment used by the Operating Forces to 
accomplish their war fighting mission. 



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MCSC & PEO Relationship 




ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY 
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT & ACQUISITION 



► 



PM 

MTVR/LVSR 


PM 

CAC2S 


PM 

EFV 


PM 

LW155 


PM 

MPC 


PM 

JLTV 


PM 

G/ATOR 


PGD09 

Operationai 

Forces 

Support 

PGD 10 
Information 
Systems & 
Infrastructure 

PGD 11 

MAGTF C2 
Integrations 

PGD 12 

Communications 
Inteliigence & 
Networking 

PGD 13 

Infantry Weapons 
Systems 

PGD 14 

Armor and Fire 
Support Systems 

PGD 15 

Ground Transport 
and Engineer 
Systems 

PGD 16 

Combat Equipment 
and 

Support Systems 









Total Force 
Information Tech 
Systems 

PMM 111 
MAGTF 

C2 Systems 

PMM 121 
Counter RCIED 

EW Systems 

PMM 131 

Reconnaissance & 
Amphibious Raids 

PMM 141 

Fire Support 
Systems 

PMM 151 

Motor Transport 

PMM 161 

Test, Measurement 
& Diagnostic Equip 








Common 

Computing 

Resources 

PMM 112 

Radar 

Systems 

PMM 122 
Communications 
Networking Systems 

PMM 132 
Infantry Weapons 

PMM 142 

Tank Systems 

PMM 152 

Engineer Systems 

PMM 162 
Infantry Combat 
Equipment 








USMC Network & 
Infrastructure 
Services 

PMM 113 

Air Defense 
Weapons Systems 

PMM 123 

Intelligence Systems 

PMM 133 
Anti-Armor 
Systems 

PMM 143 

Assault Amphibious 
Vehicie Systems 

PMM 153 

Expeditionary Power 
Systems 

PMM 163 
Combat Support 
Equipment 








USMC Enterprise 
Information 
Technoiogy Serve 

PMM 114 

Net Enabied 

C2 Systems 

PMM 134 

Marine Expeditionary 
Rifie Squad 

PMM 144 

Evolutionary Firing 
Systems 









MC2I 

Systems Integration 
Team 

PMM 135 

Optics & Non-Lethal 



PM 

Ammunition 
Systems (VA) 


PM 

Robotic 
Systems (Ml) 


PM 

Light Armored 
Vehicles (Ml) 


PM 

Training 
Systems (FL) 


PM 

GCSS 

(VA) 


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Provide the material solutions (including: rigid wall 
shelters, soft wall shelters, collective protection, 
camouflage and respective supporting equipment) to 
protect the operating forces from observation, 
environments and combat hazards. 


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SECNAV Energy Statement 




1. Change contracting policies to include the fully burdened cost of 
fuel and energy costs to be used as criteria. 


2. Green Carrier Strike Group conducts local operations by 2012, and 
sail the Great Green Fleet by 2016. 

3. By 2015, reduce commercial vehicle petroleum use by 50% 
(biofuels, flex fuels, electric vehicles). 


4. By 2020, 50% of shore energy will be provided by alternative 
sources. 


5. By 2020, 50% of total energy consumption will be from 
alternative sources. (Currently using 17 percent renewable 
energy) 


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14 October 2009 Naval Energy Forum 


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USMC Energy Out-takes 




13 August 2009: USMC Energy Summit 

- Create an USMC Energy Efficiency Office 

- Go to OEF AOR to get initial assessment 



• 30 September 2009: Concurrence for establishment of Marine Corps 
Expeditionary Energy Policy Office as CMC Special Staff Diyision 

- Mission is to: ... analyze, develop, and direct the Marine Corps ’ energy 
strategy in order to optimize expeditionary capabilities across all 
warfighting functions. 

• Sep: USMC Energy Team conducts assessment in OEF AOR 

• Oct: Nayal Energy Forum 

• 2010 - Planned USMC Energy Symposium with industry 

• 2010 - Planned follow-up OEF Energy Assessment 


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Tent Enhancements 



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Liners 

• Tent Liners in next generation tents 
for improved insulation 

Foaming 

• Foam application to tents in theater 

• Applied in OIF 

• Environmental and safety issues 
have halted foaming in OEF 

Solar Panels 

• Solar panel overlay for energy 
collection under evaluation 

• Evaluations underway by USMC, 
Army, and USAF 

• Included in NetZero JCTD 



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No near term silver bullets can provide significant efficiency 
gains 


• Potential near-term opportunities to Lighten the Load / 
increase Force Protection 

- Camp design and planning 

- Tactical Water Purification / Lightweight Water Purification Systems 

- Rechargeable batteries vice one-time use batteries 


• Continued emphasis on R&D (mid-term) and S&T (far term) 
for future capabilities 


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Rigid Wall Shelters 







Communication Eiectronics Equipment 

Maintenance Compiex 



Communication Electronics 
Equipment Maintenance Complex 

- 12 Work Stations 

- R&D Composites EMI 


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Combat Tent 



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Re-compete of current Combat Tent with 
DSCP 


• Evaluate the feasibility of reducing to 5.5 lbs 


- Maintain durability 

- Minimal cost impact 



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• Replacing the current 1950 legacy 10 Man 
Arctic Tent 

- Squad size Tent (13 Man) 

- Objective 300 sq ft/61 lbs 

- Request for Proposal anticipated 3*^^* Q FY210 



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Anticipated release of new RFP unknown 



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Two-sided net (Woodland & Desert) 


- Using ULCANS specification 

- Standard ULCANS test protocols 

- Testing begins during 3rdQ 2010 




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• Total asset visibility of equipment 

• Minimize “Maverick” shelters within the 


Marine Corps 

• Reduce total number of shelters required 


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Questions 



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